A large turnout of Rotarians and volunteers attended the Donations-in-Kind warehouse in West Footscray to celebrate100,000 volunteer hours being worked since the turn of the century.
Bob Glindemann expressed his heartfelt thanks for the work of the volunteers and the contributions of donors. He recognised the contributions of the Rotary Clubs who help meet the running cost of $60.000 per annum for the store. Bob took the opportunity to mention that hands-on help is needed soon for loading beds at the Caulfield and Austin Hospitals.
Several Rotarians welcomed the opportunity to see around the store, while others mingled and caught up with old friends. Laurie Fisher, David Dippie and their team served morning tea, sandwiches and cakes.
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